Some time back, I posted a tutorial for the Crossroads to Jericho block.
Since then, both my retreat group and our guild used the block in a swap. As usual, I love to see what people do with a set of blocks. It’s amazing how every quilt looks different, and some of the look REALLY different!
Here’s the one Pat put together, putting the blocks on point with black sashing and setting triangles.
Nellie chose a straight set and sashed hers with black and use aqua cornerstones and a nine-patch-and-stripe border.
Then it really got interesting. Lynda wasn’t thrilled with the block as it was, so she laid a double wedding ring ruler over it and cut!
That got me to thinking, so I sliced mine in half twice on the diagonal and put them back together with some black setting squares.
Melinda was inspired and decided to cut hers in half twice also, then add “feet” and rickrack handles to make baskets!
Ann cut her blocks in half once for baskets and added appliqued flowers!